CARDIO VASCULAR HEALTH If you consider cardio to only feature treadmills, ellipticals, and bike riding, youmight be surprised to find that strength training helps your heart, too. Regular resistance training is correlated with a healthier heart in young people and it can play an important role in combating high cholesterol, inflammation, and insulin resistance. As of 2019, the Centers for Disease Control cites cardiovascular disease as the leading cause of death in the United States. Accordingly, strength training offers a life-altering method to live longer and in better health. Moreover, the healthier your heart is, the easier it is to be active and Neuromuscular control is a key developmental step. For example, crawling and ultimately learning to walk at a young age requires neuromuscular control to keep from falling over or getting injured. At its most basic, learning these skills requires a message from your brain to move, and it eventually receives feedback—either positive get out there to enjoy life! Neuromuscular Development
The stress strength training puts on bones triggers processes that make them stronger.
Strength and Bodyweight Training
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